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When I try to compile, an error message says that there are no "keys" in my reference work.

The Biblesoft Authoring System organizes reference material using "keys".  In a Bible Dictionary or Encyclopedia, the key indicates the article name.  In a General Book, the key indicates the section name.  And in a Commentary, the key indicates the book name, book and chapter, or book-chapter-and- verse range that the commentary applies to. A key must precede every portion of reference material.  The key indicates both the type of information that follows and the name (e.g., "ABRAHAM" or "Chapter 1—The Roman Influence" or "1 Corinthians 13:1-3") by which it can be accessed.  To correct this problem, place a key in front of each portion of your reference material.
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